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1-12-2010 @ 9:54PM
I'm tempted to try tanking with my Prot/ret spec (PVP spec) for shits and giggles.If you see a Ret Paladin not wait at least 1.5 seconds before using Divine Storm (immediately after a pull) then they're not using the priority system right. Whilst it is true that Ret Paladins have no set rotation (FCFS) we DO have a priority system.Judgement should always be the first attack used when a pull has been initiation (HoW only priorities over Judgement when the mob is below 20% HP). If somebody is using Divine Storm, even in an AoE situation, then they're DOING IT WRONG.I know this is for tanks but I'll put this here for all you Ret Paladins to see. If you use Divine Storm as your first move when I'm tanking I will punt you out of the dungeon verbally.HoW > Judgement > CS > DS > Consecrate > Exorcism > Holy Wrath > Divine Plea | basic rotationJudgement > HoW > CS > DS > Consecrate > Exorcism > Holy Wrath > Divine Plea | 2pieces T9Judgement > DS > HoW > CS > Consecrate > Exorcism > Holy Wrath > Divine Plea | 2pc T9 and 2pc T10Judgement > DS > CS > HoW > Consecrate > Exorcism > Holy Wrath > Divine Plea | 4pieces T10Now, if a DK uses AotD? I'll just freaken punt you. As a tank I AM a control freak. I HATE losing aggro, it's like having a freaken haemorrhage when you lose aggro on a boss then notice it's because of FREAKEN GHOULS.
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